Catalogue: TV - Non Fiction

Everybody Street  

Synopsis

Everybody Street illuminates the lives and work of New York’s iconic street photographers and the incomparable city that has inspired them for decades.

Celebrated filmmaker and photographer Cheryl Dunn turns her lens on the pioneers and masters of NewYork street photography. Dunn profiles artists spanning six decades, including Bruce Davidson, Mary Ellen, Jill Freedman, Jeff Mermelstein and Martha Cooper, revealing that these shooters are as colourful and unique as the subjects they’ve relentlessly documented.

Everybody Street is a definitive look at the iconic visionaries of this art form and pays tribute to the spirit of street photography through a cinematic exploration of New York City.

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PRESS REVIEWS:

"It is a story of obsession, one that has endured through a century of changes in technology." THE NEW YORK TIMES

"...shining a lens on the gritty dark side while also highlighting the glimmers of beauty and hope that often go unnoticed in the din of the hustle and bustle." - GQ

Everybody Street allows the photographers to speak for themselves, and they're quite eloquent in illuminating why (and sometimes how) they do what they do.” - PLAYBACK


Genre: Non-Fiction

Sub Genre: True Story, Documentary, Biography

Year of Production: 2013

Running Time: 1 x one hour or 1 x 90-minutes

Available in HD: Yes

Country: USA

Production Company:An Alldayeveryday Production